Parental Alienation

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(1) A social dynamic, generally linked to divorce or separation, in which a child expresses unjustified hatred or unreasonably strong dislike of one parent, making access by the rejected parent difficult or impossible
(2) Intense negative indoctrination by a custodial parent (CP) that alienates the child(ren) against a noncustodial parent (NP)
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I tell my parents about my problems"), and four items that measure parent alienation (e.
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He adds: ``Britain should follow the US in recognising there is such a thing as parent alienation syndrome that amounts to mental and emotional child abuse.